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  2. Sars efiling - Wikipedia

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    SARS eFiling is the official online tax returns submission portal for the South African Revenue Service launched originally under a different name and business model in 2000 [1] by private sector companies. These private sector companies charged an average fee of R46 per transaction for this service.

  3. National Student Financial Aid Scheme - Wikipedia

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    The National Student Financial Aid Scheme ( NSFAS) is a South African government student financial aid scheme which provides financial aid to undergraduate students to help pay for the cost of their tertiary education after finishing high school. [3] It is funded by the Department of Higher Education and Training.

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  7. Employees' Provident Fund Organisation - Wikipedia

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    The Employees' Pension Scheme (EPS) has been controlled by the EPFO since 1995. The main advantage of this scheme is to provide social security to PF members. Under this scheme, employees working in the organized sector can gain pension benefit after reaching age 58. This EPS applies to new and existing members.

  8. Cost to company - Wikipedia

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    It is calculated by adding salary to the cost of all additional benefits an employee receives during the service period. If an employee's salary is £50,000 and the company pays an additional £5,000 for their health insurance, the CTC is £55,000. Employees may not directly receive the CTC amount. [1] [2] Difference between CTC and pay slips [ edit]